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Join Fun Little Foodies at the Museum of Oxford to celebrate our exhibition Oxford Digs In. During our workshop, we will explore the importance of food to the people of Oxford, whether it’s grown nearby or far away. You will have the opportunity to learn about, prepare and try food from the past, making a tasty vegetarian treat to take home. We will ask: What did the people of Oxford eat? How did they cook? How is the food and cooking process different from today?
This workshop is suitable for children ages 2-12. Booking is advised. Tickets may be available on the door, dependent on availability. Each Child ticket includes free entry for a carer. Accompanying adults must stay with their children for the duration of the event.
This workshop starts at 14:15 and finishes at 15:45. Click here for tickets to an earlier workshop.
Please note you will be required to share the allergies or dietary requirements of each attendee as part of the booking form.
The Museum is accessible for wheelchair users and baby carriers. There is step-free, level entry access to the Town Hall is via the entrance closest to Carfax (to the left of the main steps as you face the Town Hall). Inside the Museum, Museum Makers is accessible via a platform lift and lift to the basement level. Accessible toilets are available in the Museum (close to Museum Makers) and in the Town Hall on the ground floor, before entering the Museum. Please contact the Museum team if you’d like to talk to a member of staff about your access requirements. Further access information can be found on our website: https://museumofoxford.org/plan-your-visit/access